200 HRS Online Teacher Training

200 HRS Online Teacher Training

We offer two possibilities to train with us:

 

– either in a hybrid format (online + in person) for a “250 hrs Teacher Training Program” – click here!

fully online for an “Online 200 hrs Teacher Training Program” – read below!

Online 200 HRS Teacher Training

Our two online 200 hrs modules are an in-depth, transforming program for passionate practitioners that want to bring their understanding of yoga to the next level.

Classes cover:

  • Art of Sequencing vinyasa,
  • How to use functional anatomy to plan memorable sequences,
  • How to offer variations and kramas when teaching mixed level classes.
  • How to instruct yoga classes,
  • History and philosophy of yoga
  • Pranayama theory and practice,
  • Marketing, social media and business set up.
  • Plenty of practice teaching time with feedbacks for improvement.
  • Bhakti Yoga: we will support the students interested in offering kirtan in their classes by giving them resources on harmoniums and how to play them.
  • An amazing sangha, a community of likely minded people who will be your spiritual nest.

You will be required to send homework in the format of video of yourself teaching- which is an invaluable learning tool.

 

Virtual mentoring from our teachers is probably one of the strongest assets of this course and will help you grow as a yogi and as a teacher.

DATES OF THE TWO ONLINE MODULES

  • Path of Yoga (POY): Recorded classes will be accessible from July 18th on our Virtual School Platform: https://bhaktipremayoga.teachable.com;

LIVE Zoom classes from 20 September to 29 of November, 2021 (every Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 7-9 PM CET).

  • Integration: from December 1, 2021 to December 20, 2021

LIVE Zoom Classes every Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 7-9 PM CET + Teaching Exams.

Class recordings will be available in case you miss the live session.

THE TRAINING COVERS THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:

  • Sequencing: how to create creative and anatomically sound vinyasa flows for specific target areas/ peak poses.
  • How to offer variations and kramas when teaching mixed level classes.
  • Use of cues and verbal instruction.
  • Functional anatomy. Drawing from the work of Paul Grilley, you will learn the most important 14 skeletal segments and 10 myofascial tissues that you need to be familiar with to create anatomically sound flow sequences and understand skeletal variations and their application to yoga poses.
  • Pranayama: theory and practice.
  • Building a solid structure for the students to anchor for their own self-practice of asanas, pranayama and kriyas.
  • A through and comprehensive overview of the development of Indian philosophies, religions and spiritual practices. The lectures cover contemporary academic debates, and resources are shared widely, to empower the students to further continue to study on their own.
  • Study history and philosophy with an academic approach (our lead teacher is MA in Yoga Studies)
  • Modern paths of Self-Reflection: transactional analysis, life-coaching, NLP, and Non-Violent Communication (NVC).
  • Introduction to the ethics and practical aspects of hands-on assists.
  • Specialty classes on inversions, arm-balances and backbends.
  • Plenty of practice teaching time with feedbacks for improvement.
  • 6 months mentorship with our teachers who will guide you through the process of bringing yoga into your life and becoming a skillful teacher.
  • Setting up a heart-centered business, marketing and social media use.
  • Introduction to the ethics and practical aspects of hands-on assists.
  • An amazing sangha, a community of likely minded people who will be your spiritual nest.

PRICE:

Price for both online modules1700 euros.

Contact us  – we will follow up with you to let you know what’s happening, and send you more details on the program: love@yogawithamergia.com

200 hrs TT Reading List:

Recommended readings (not compulsory, but a good place to start):

  • Stephens, Mark 2010 “Teaching Yoga. Essential Foundations and Techniques” North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, California
  • Keil, David 2014 “Functional Anatomy of Yoga. A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers”. Lotus Publishing, England
  • Maehle, Gregor 2012 “Pranayama. The Breath of Yoga” Kaivalya Publications, Australia
  • Tolle, Eckhart 2016 “A New Earth. Create a better life.” 10th anniversary Edition, Penguin Books.
  • Also, highly recommended:
  • Ray, Reginald 2008 “Touching Enlightenment. Finding Realization in the Body” Sounds True, Boulder, Colorado
  • Clark, Bernie 2016 “Your Body Your Yoga”, Wild Strawberry Productions

 

The students are required to also read the manual which is handed out on the first week of the training.

Many other readings and books will be shared during the course.

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